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Shrub Roses

Shrub Roses

Most roses in this section are, at least initially, the product of various crosses between Species Roses and modern Bush Roses during the 20th century. The result is a wide mixture of shrubs of varying sizes and colours although they are usually quite large, reaching 5ft or 6ft in height. Most are tough and reliable. Many of them can be relied upon to repeat flower given good conditions, bringing colour when most other shrubs have ceased to flower. Although we can usually detect something of the modern rose in their make-up, their growth is generally graceful and shrub-like. The flowers often have no very definite form, gaining much of their beauty from their massed effect. The Rugosas and Hybrid Musks often have an excellent fragrance, although this is often lacking in the Modern Shrub Roses and Ground Covers. Before making your final choice of shrub roses please consider the English Roses as they are, of course, shrub roses too.

   

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  1. Partridge

    Partridge

    Ground Cover Rose
    Fragrant, single flowers of pure white, blooming over a long period in late July/early August and followed by hips. The low, prostrate growth will also climb. Kordes, 1984.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Cerise Bouquet

    Cerise Bouquet

    Shrub Rose
    Large, open sprays of cerise-pink, semi-double, rosette-shaped blooms. Robust, graceful, arching growth. Early summer flowering only. Kordes, 1958.
    £18.50
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  1. Eddie’s Jewel

    Eddie’s Jewel

    Shrub Rose
    This is a Moyesii hybrid. It bears very large, semi-double, deep red flowers with prominent stamens. The foliage is similar to Moyesii in character. Vigorous growth. Lightly scented. 1962.
    £18.50
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  2. Fritz Nobis

    Fritz Nobis

    Shrub Rose
    Fresh pink, semi-double flowers with darker shading. Delicious musk scent. Forms a well-balanced shrub. Early summer flowering only, with a magnificent display of hips later in the year. Kordes, 1940.
    £18.50
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  1. Frühlingsgold

    Frühlingsgold

    Shrub Rose
    Large, pale yellow, almost single flowers festooning the branches early in the season. Heavy fragrance. An excellent, very tough shrub. Early summer flowering. Kordes, 1937.
    £18.50
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  2. Frühlingsmorgen

    Frühlingsmorgen

    Shrub Rose
    A most beautiful rose, bearing large, single, rose pink flowers, each with a yellow centre and elegant maroon stamens. Not quite as robust as the other roses of this series, but flowers freely in early summer with few further blooms later in the season.
    £18.50
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  1. Grouse

    Grouse

    Ground Cover Rose
    Small, single, pale pink flowers with a dainty, wild rose charm. Medium-strong musk fragrance. Bright red hips. Exceptionally vigorous, prostrate growth. Kordes, 1984.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. James Mason

    James Mason

    Shrub Rose
    Tuscany Superb' x 'Scarlet Fire', and thus a new 'Old Rose'. Neatly formed, open, semi-double flowers of rich crimson. Good foliage. Fragrant. Beales, 1982.
    £18.50
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  1. Max Graf

    Max Graf

    Ground Cover Rose
    A prostrate grower which travels along the ground, sometimes rooting as it goes, forming a dense mass of glossy foliage, which nicely sets off its single, pink flowers. Fresh, fruit-like scent. Flowers in early summer only. Useful for the border and covering banks. Bowditch, 1879.
    £18.50
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  2. Nozomi

    Nozomi

    Ground Cover Rose
    A climbing Miniature Rose, which has the useful ability to creep, making it good for ground cover. Bears sprays of tiny pearly-pink flowers in midsummer and has small glossy leaves. It looks at home in a rock garden.
    £18.50
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  1. Pheasant

    Pheasant

    Ground Cover Rose
    Large clusters of double, deep rose pink blooms. Some repeat-flowering. Vigorous, prostrate growth Kordes, 1986.
    £18.50
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  2. Scarlet Fire

    Scarlet Fire

    Shrub Rose
    Brilliant scarlet, single flowers with golden stamens along arching growth, followed by large red hips. One crop annually. Kordes, 1952.
    £18.50
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